Upolu Luma Vaai

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In addition to the pandemic, the wars, climate change, violence and abuses have intensified the unkindness towards the victims of forsakenness around the world. We thought we have moved on, but many are still stuck in the unbearable period of forsakenness, trapped in the pandemic tomb, immersed in an unbearable pause between death and life,...
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re-Mangerizing Christmas! A Christmas Message from the Office of the Principal December 2021 The Christmas story is one that affirms accessibility and availability of God to everyone. Unfortunately, this year alone accessibility of many to God’s basic gifts of life and securities, even God, was challenging. Many have lost loved ones to the Covid19 pandemic....
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Today, 4th October, ends the Season of Creation. An annual time for repentance and renewal of hope for all of God’s creation. For building a new home together that is inclusive of creation, and the poor whose livelihood and survival depend on it. This begins with rethinking what we’ve normalized in the faith of the...
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In this Season of Creation, we need a mindset shift to a new decolonial theology of stewardship, one that is Oceanic and promotes intimacy with God’s creation, so the college Principal admits.
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As we approach the end of the Season of Creation, it is important to reflect on our daily obsession for “more” that has destroyed God’s creation and the need to decolonize our economies. The college Principal shares one of the economic principles many Oceanic communities share when it comes to protecting the Earth.
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This video ends the celebration by PTC of the International Day for Worlds Indigenous Peoples. It highlights how PTC for several decades has been one of the leading pioneers in the Pacific region in promoting the contextual and indigenous nature of learning and in particular how life-affirming philosophies and values of the Pacific could enhance...
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